The book Starting Out: The Accelerated Dragon provides a basic but deep coverage of the opening. As the main drawback of the Accelerated Dragon is the possibility of facing the Maroczy Bind, in his book Andrew Greet provides almost 170 pages of knowledge. The coverage is incredibly thorough, including the Classical variation, the Gurgenidze system, the
Ng4 system, avoiding the exchange on
d4 and even has a long chapter only for other playable sidelines.
On this same line goes the almost classic Accelerated Dragons, providing slightly less of 150 pages covering similar material. However, this book is extremely dense and undoubtedly contains more information and in more depth that the other, providing as many theoretical variations and analysis of the positions as prose explaining the matters going on.
For a thorough introduction to the subject, the first is in order, and for a perfection of the positions, the second is a great ally.
Edit: Both books are thought (by the authors) to be an opening repertoire for black, but despite their stated preferences for the defending side, always keep an impartial position. Examples of this are present specially on the Maroczy Bind, where black risks becoming too passive (as in the Classical variation) and all authors agree that some of the positions arising from the main Classical variation are to be avoided at all costs, deviating with
b6 instead of
d6 many times. This is also patent in the Hyper-Accelerated Dragon, which is not the subject here but also is covered by the books, where some positions are extremely doubtful and should be played only as a strong gamble and at our own risk.